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PAKISTAN-MINORITY/HAZARA
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July 04, 2019
Naveed Ali Hazara, 23, poses for a photograph at a gym in Hazara Town, Quetta, Pakistan, June 13, 2019....
Quetta, Pakistan
The Wider Image: "Under Siege": Fear and defiance mark life for Pakistan's Hazaras
Naveed Ali Hazara, 23, poses for a photograph at a gym in Hazara Town, Quetta, Pakistan, June 13, 2019. "We are doing bodybuilding; firstly to build health and secondly, as sports gives you extra strength and keeps us away from drugs," Naveed said. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro SEARCH "HAZARA MINORITY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SPORT-DOPING/WADA
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December 09, 2016
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency...
London
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his report for WADA at a news conference in London
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), at a news conference in London, Britain December 9, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
SPORT-DOPING/WADA
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December 09, 2016
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency...
London
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his report for WADA at a news conference in London
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), at a news conference in London, Britain December 9, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
SPORT-DOPING/WADA
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December 09, 2016
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency...
London
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his report for WADA at a news conference in London
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), at a news conference in London, Britain December 9, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
SPORT-DOPING/WADA
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December 09, 2016
Lawyer Richard McLaren leaves after delivering his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping...
London
Lawyer Richard McLaren leaves after delivering his report for WADA at a news conference in London
Lawyer Richard McLaren leaves after delivering his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), at a news conference in London, Britain December 9, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
SPORT-DOPING/WADA
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December 09, 2016
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency...
London
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his report for WADA at a news conference in London
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), at a news conference in London, Britain December 9, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
SPORT-DOPING/WADA
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December 09, 2016
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency...
London
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his report for WADA at a news conference in London
Lawyer Richard McLaren delivers his second and final part of a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), at a news conference in London, Britain December 9, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
USA-NFL/SHARPER
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November 29, 2016
Former professional football player Darren Sharper appears for his arraignment at the Clara Shortridge...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Former professional football player Sharper appears for his arraignment at the Clara Shortridge Foltz...
Former professional football player Darren Sharper appears for his arraignment at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center in Los Angeles, California February 20, 2014. Sharper, a star defensive back turned television sports analyst, was charged on Friday with drugging four women and raping two of them in a Los Angeles area hotel, prosecutors said. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/File Photo
ATHLETICS-ENGLAND-ANNIVERSARY/PREVIEW/
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July 21, 2016
Britain Athletics - London Anniversary Games Preview Press Conference - Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, London...
United Kingdom
London Anniversary Games Preview Press Conference
Britain Athletics - London Anniversary Games Preview Press Conference - Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, London - 21/7/16
Jamaica's Usain Bolt shows a plaster after having a drug test before the press conference
Action Images via Reuters / Andrew Couldridge
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PHILIPPINES-DRUGS/
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July 21, 2016
More than 10,000 drug users and pushers gather at a sports stadium after they surrendered to local government...
Pampanga, Philippines
More than 10,000 drug users and pushers gather at a sports stadium after they surrendered to local government...
More than 10,000 drug users and pushers gather at a sports stadium after they surrendered to local government officials to take part in a government campaign against drugs in San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Ezra Acayan
PHILIPPINES-DRUGS/
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July 21, 2016
More than 10,000 drug users and pushers gather at a sports stadium after they surrendered to local government...
Pampanga, Philippines
More than 10,000 drug users and pushers gather at a sports stadium after they surrendered to local government...
More than 10,000 drug users and pushers gather at a sports stadium after they surrendered to local government officials to take part in a government campaign against drugs in San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Ezra Acayan
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Florisbela Vicente, the grandmother of Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, holds...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Florisbela Vicente, the grandmother of Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, holds a racket of one of her granddaughters in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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Wider Image
Rio sisters: From violence to the Olympics
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OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton player Lohanny Vicente (R), 20, talks to her coach Marco Vasconcelos of Portugal...
Campinas, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton player Lohanny Vicente (R), 20, talks to her coach Marco Vasconcelos of Portugal during the XX Pan Am Team Championships 2016 in Campinas, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, April 27, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny (R), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, hold their silver medals...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny (R), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, hold their silver medals from the 2015 Pan American Games, in Chacrinha favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton player Luana Vicente, 22, holds a soft drink at a relative's bar in Madureira neighbourhood...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton player Luana Vicente, 22, holds a soft drink at a relative's bar in Madureira neighbourhood in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton player Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, jokes with her cousin Willian Gabriel, 12, in Madureira...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton player Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, jokes with her cousin Willian Gabriel, 12, in Madureira neighbourhood in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton player Lohanny Vicente (L), 20, gestures to a physical therapist as her sister Luana...
Campinas, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton player Lohanny Vicente (L), 20, gestures to a physical therapist as her sister Luana (2nd R), 22, talks to her coach Marco Vasconcelos of Portugal during the XX Pan Am Team Championships 2016 in Campinas, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, April 27, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
RTX2DTRO
May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players, sisters Lohaynny (L), 20, and Luana Vicente, 22 (R), their mother Catia...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players, sisters Lohaynny (L), 20, and Luana Vicente, 22 (R), their mother Catia Mendes de Oliveira Vicente (2nd L), 42, and grandmother Florisbela Vicente (2nd R), stand at the Madureira park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, play against...
Campinas, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, play against Canadians Stephanie Pakenham and Josephine Wu during the XX Pan Am Team Championships 2016 in Campinas, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, April 27, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
The team mates of Brazilian badminton players Luana and Loahynny Vicente cheer for them during the XX...
Campinas, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
The team mates of Brazilian badminton players Luana and Loahynny Vicente cheer for them during the XX Pan Am Team Championships 2016 in Campinas, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, April 27, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (R), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, play against...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (R), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, play against Japanese Chisato Hoshi and Naru Shinoya during the 31st Brazil International Badminton Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, March 12, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton player Luana Vicente (C), 20, cheers next to her team mates during a game of the...
Campinas, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton player Luana Vicente (C), 20, cheers next to her team mates during a game of the XX Pan Am Team Championships 2016 in Campinas, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, April 27, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohanny Vicente (4th L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente (3rd R) embrace...
Campinas, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohanny Vicente (4th L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente (3rd R) embrace with their team mates before the XX Pan Am Team Championships 2016 in Campinas, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, April 27, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
RTX2DTRA
May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (R), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, pose for a photograph...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (R), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, pose for a photograph on the roof of a house in Chacrinha favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, play badminton...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, play badminton on the roof of a house in Chacrinha favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton player Luana Vicente (C), 22, cheers for her sister Lohaynny during a game of the...
Campinas, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton player Luana Vicente (C), 22, cheers for her sister Lohaynny during a game of the XX Pan Am Team Championships 2016 in Campinas, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, April 27, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
RTX2DTR2
May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny, 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, walk down the stairs in Chacrinha...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny, 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, walk down the stairs in Chacrinha favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (R), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, use their mobile...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (R), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, use their mobile phones as they stand on the top of a house in Chacrinha favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, pose for a photograph...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, pose for a photograph on the roof of a house in Chacrinha favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, stand under a...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, stand under a set of Olympic rings installed at Madureira Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 4, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
RTX2DTQC
May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton player Luana Vicente talks on her mobile phone before the XX Pan Am Team Championships...
Campinas, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton player Luana Vicente talks on her mobile phone before the XX Pan Am Team Championships 2016 in Campinas, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, April 27, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
RTX2DTQA
May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton player Lohaynny Vicente, 20, hits a return to Delphine Lansac of France during the...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton player Lohaynny Vicente, 20, hits a return to Delphine Lansac of France during the 31st Brazil International Badminton Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, March 11, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
RTX2DTQ8
May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (front), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, play against...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (front), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, play against Japanese Chisato Hoshi and Naru Shinoya during the 31st Brazil International Badminton Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, March 12, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
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May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, celebrate a point...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton players Lohaynny Vicente (L), 20, and her sister Luana Vicente, 22, celebrate a point against Japanese Chisato Hoshi and Naru Shinoya during the 31st Brazil International Badminton Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, March 12, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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May 11, 2016
The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce Matching text OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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January 05, 2016
Antonio Vazquez Alba "Brujo Mayor", also known as Mexico's Grand Warlock, shows his tarot card during...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico's Grand Warlock shows his tarot card during a news conference where he announced his predictions...
Antonio Vazquez Alba "Brujo Mayor", also known as Mexico's Grand Warlock, shows his tarot card during a news conference where he announced his predictions for the year 2016, in Mexico City, Mexico, January 5, 2016. Vazquez shared his predictions on politics, sports and drug trafficking. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ODDLY/
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January 05, 2016
Antonio Vazquez Alba "Brujo Mayor", also known as Mexico's Grand Warlock, shows his tarot card during...
Mexico City, Mexico
Antonio Vazquez Alba "Brujo Mayor", also known as Mexico's Grand Warlock, shows his tarot card during...
Antonio Vazquez Alba "Brujo Mayor", also known as Mexico's Grand Warlock, shows his tarot card during a news conference, where he announced his predictions for the year 2016, in Mexico City, Mexico, January 5, 2016. Vazquez shared his predictions on politics, sports and drug trafficking. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ODDLY/
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January 05, 2016
Professor Antonio Vazquez Alba "Brujo Mayor", also known as Mexico's Grand Warlock, shows his tarot cards...
Mexico City, Mexico
Professor Antonio Vazquez Alba "Brujo Mayor", also known as Mexico's Grand Warlock, shows his tarot cards...
Professor Antonio Vazquez Alba "Brujo Mayor", also known as Mexico's Grand Warlock, shows his tarot cards during a news conference, where he announced his predictions for the year 2016, in Mexico City, Mexico, January 5, 2016. Vazquez shared his predictions on politics, sports and drug trafficking. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
JORDAN-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTX1WNQF
December 01, 2015
Prisoners perform a play about the dangers of drugs during a cultural and sports event at the Swaqa Correction...
Karak, Jordan
Prisoners perform a play about the dangers of drugs at the Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center,...
Prisoners perform a play about the dangers of drugs during a cultural and sports event at the Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center, near the city of Karak, November 30, 2015. Prison officials at Swaqa say that the center has one of the world's best success rates in decreasing repeat offenses. Only seven percent of prisoners, who undergo training and participate in qualification courses for two years at Swaqa, commit a second crime, according to the center's director Colonel Talal Al-Alabdallat. Picture taken November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-HUMAN-INTEREST/
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December 01, 2015
Prisoners perform a play about the dangers of drugs during a cultural and sports event at the Swaqa Correction...
Karak, Jordan
Prisoners perform a play about the dangers of drugs during a cultural and sports event at the Swaqa Correction...
Prisoners perform a play about the dangers of drugs during a cultural and sports event at the Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center, near the city of Karak, November 30, 2015. Prison officials at Swaqa say that the center has one of the world's best success rates in decreasing repeat offenses. Only seven percent of prisoners, who undergo training and participate in qualification courses for two years at Swaqa, commit a second crime, according to the center's director Colonel Talal Al-Alabdallat. Picture taken November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6GVH
November 11, 2015
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary...
Moscow, Russia
A view shows a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6GDQ
November 11, 2015
A security guard walks on the territory of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific...
Moscow, Russia
A security guard walks near a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow
A security guard walks on the territory of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6GCX
November 11, 2015
A general view shows a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre...
Moscow, Russia
A general view shows a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow
A general view shows a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6G69
November 11, 2015
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary...
Moscow, Russia
A view shows a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6FYS
November 11, 2015
A security guard (R) stops a journalist, who attempts to approach a building of the federal state budgetary...
Moscow, Russia
A security guard stops a journalist, who attempts approach a building, which houses a laboratory accredited...
A security guard (R) stops a journalist, who attempts to approach a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6FY3
November 11, 2015
A security guard walks on the territory of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific...
Moscow, Russia
A security guard walks near a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow
A security guard walks on the territory of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION-RUSSIA-SPORTS
RTS6FTN
November 11, 2015
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary...
Moscow, Russia
A view shows a building, which houses a laboratory accredited by WADA, in Moscow
A view through a fence, decorated with the Olympic rings, shows a building of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific centre of physical culture and sports", which houses a laboratory accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in Moscow, Russia, November 11, 2015. The international investigation into alleged drug cheating inside Russian athletics could draw in other Russian sports since they used the same laboratory that now stands accused of covering up failed drugs tests. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION/
RTS6AQK
November 10, 2015
People gather near the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow, Russia,...
Moscow, Russia
People gather near the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow
People gather near the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow, Russia, November 10, 2015. Russia could be banned from international athletics, including the 2016 Olympic Games, after an anti-doping commission report on November 9 alleged widespread corruption and collusion that added up to a state-sponsored drugs culture in a sporting superpower. The commission, set up by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), found a "deeply rooted culture of cheating" in Russian athletics, which it said Russian state security services colluded with, and also identified what it called systemic failures in the global governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION
RTS6AQI
November 10, 2015
Cars drive past the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow, Russia, November...
Moscow, Russia
Cars drive past the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow
Cars drive past the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow, Russia, November 10, 2015. Russia could be banned from international athletics, including the 2016 Olympic Games, after an anti-doping commission report on November 9 alleged widespread corruption and collusion that added up to a state-sponsored drugs culture in a sporting superpower. The commission, set up by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), found a "deeply rooted culture of cheating" in Russian athletics, which it said Russian state security services colluded with, and also identified what it called systemic failures in the global governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
ATHLETICS-CORRUPTION
RTS6AQH
November 10, 2015
A general view shows the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) (L) in central Moscow, Russia,...
Moscow, Russia
A general view shows the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) in central Moscow
A general view shows the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB) (L) in central Moscow, Russia, November 10, 2015. Russia could be banned from international athletics, including the 2016 Olympic Games, after an anti-doping commission report on November 9 alleged widespread corruption and collusion that added up to a state-sponsored drugs culture in a sporting superpower. The commission, set up by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), found a "deeply rooted culture of cheating" in Russian athletics, which it said Russian state security services colluded with, and also identified what it called systemic failures in the global governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GQ
October 12, 2015
A girl takes a saxophone lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A girl takes a saxophone lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
A girl takes a saxophone lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica August 29, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as " La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken August 29, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GO
October 12, 2015
A young man walks to attend his music lessons at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A young man walks to attend his music lessons at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social...
A young man walks to attend his music lessons at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica August 29, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as "La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken August 29, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
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October 12, 2015
A young man plays drums outside the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A young man plays drums outside Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center...
A young man plays drums outside the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica August 29, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as " La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken August 29, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GG
October 12, 2015
Ruben Escoriano, 6, takes fiddle lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Ruben Escoriano, 6, takes fiddle lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion...
Ruben Escoriano, 6, takes fiddle lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica August 29, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as " La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken August 29, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GF
October 12, 2015
Ruben Escoriano, 6, poses for a picture outside of his house before his fiddle lesson at the Integral...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Ruben Escoriano, 6, poses for a picture outside of his house before his fiddle lesson at the Integral...
Ruben Escoriano, 6, poses for a picture outside of his house before his fiddle lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica October 8, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as " La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the center. Picture taken October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46GE
October 12, 2015
A girl takes fiddle lessons at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A girl takes fiddle lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
A girl takes fiddle lessons at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica September 12, 2015. The SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youth living in La Carpio , in an area known to locals as " La Cueva del Sapo" (The Toad's Cave), known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the centre. Picture taken September 12, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46DV
October 12, 2015
An orchestra comprised of the youths of the poor neighborhood of La Carpio perform during an inauguration...
San Jose, Costa Rica
An orchestra comprised of the youths of the poor neighborhood of La Carpio perform during an inauguration...
An orchestra comprised of the youths of the poor neighborhood of La Carpio perform during an inauguration ceremony of a water treatment by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis in San Jose, Costa Rica September 10, 2015. SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youths living in La Carpio, known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the centre. Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
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October 12, 2015
Children attend a drum lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS)...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Children attend a drum lesson at the SIFAIS center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio
Children attend a drum lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica August 29, 2015. SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youths living in La Carpio, known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the centre. Picture taken August 29, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTS46DL
October 12, 2015
Lisandra Perez, 7, practices in his house before his flute lesson at the Integral System of Artistic...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Lisandra Perez, 7, practices in his house before his flute lesson at the SIFAIS center in the poor neighborhood...
Lisandra Perez, 7, practices in his house before his flute lesson at the Integral System of Artistic Education for Social Inclusion (SIFAIS) center in the poor neighborhood of La Carpio, Costa Rica October 8, 2015. SIFAIS center is developing a social program with the help of 156 volunteers who teach art, music, sports and education, for children and youths living in La Carpio, known for being the home to gangs, violence, drugs and social vulnerability, according to the centre. Picture taken October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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